[Tag] Disney Sidekick Book Tag

[Tag] Disney Sidekick Book Tag

Thank you so much Emily @ Emily the Book Nerd for tagging me in this! I’ve never been tagged on Twitter before for a post, and I’m so glad I found it. I highly recommend following Emily if you aren’t already. I feel like sidekicks don’t always get the recognition they deserve unless they are funny, but there’s so much more to being a sidekick than just being comic relief. I can’t wait to do this one and see what books or characters I come up with.

Thank you to the original creator of this tag, Mandy @ Book Princess Reviews. Definitely check both of them out if you haven’t already.

As you can tell, I’m behind on tags as this is Jamie Chung instead of Emeraude Toubia.

Mushu from Mulan or Olaf + Sven from Frozen

The Comic Relief – Name your Favorite Hilarious Character or your Favorite Comedy/Funny Book

Well I know Mushu. Never watched Frozen so I don’t know about the other two. I would say that the character that has made me laugh the most was Tanner from Autoboyography. He was sarcastic as hell and like, I felt for him.

The Seven Dwarfs from Snow White

Favorite Group/Ensemble

NEON from Comeback. And they are an actual K-pop group! Just kidding, they are in the book, but I wish they actually existed. I’d go to their concerts and be one of their fans: GLO.

Pascal from Tangled

A Book that Started out One way but Changed for You

The first Wendy Darling book (Stars) by Colleen Oakes. I knew that it was going to be a twist on Peter Pan, but I guess it makes sense. Peter was never a good guy, despite what Disney wanted us to think. It was almost creepy. I need to read more of what happens.

Meeko from Pocahontas

Plot Twist You did NOT see Coming

Uh it’s gotta be Pines from Blake Crouch. I don’t know what I was expecting, and one of my local book clubs was telling me that I wouldn’t expect the twist and I really didn’t. I need to watch the show on Hulu and see how that goes. The first episode was pretty cool.

Rajah from Aladdin / Flounder from The Little Mermaid

Best Friend in a Novel

Eliza in A Date with Darcy. She was such a great friend to Merri, and honestly I think Merri was a great friend to her too. Eliza was the logical one and Merri was fantastical and wanted her life to be like one of her romance novels. Somehow, they seemed to work out.

Louis from The Princess and the Frog / Sebastian from The Little Mermaid / Lumiere, Mrs. Potts & Chip from Beauty and the Beast

A Novel where Music Played a Big Part OR Made You Want to Sing its Praises

CAN YOU HEAR THE MUSIC, ROSIE?!

Maximus from Tangled

Character that Faces Lots of Obstacles

Vasya just goes through a lot of crap during The Bear and the Nightingale. I hated how the men would treat her a lot of the time. They need to show her way more respect.

Hamish, Hubert & Harris from Brave

Favorite Family Dynamics

It was my favorite because it was the most interesting. Next Year in Havana by Chanel Cleeton. Which wasn’t perfect by any means but was realistic in my eyes.

Ray from The Princess and the Frog / Flora, Fauna & Merryweather from Sleeping Beauty

Book that Most Impacted Your Life

The Hate U Give. No explanation needed.

Hei Hei from Moana

Character that Steals the Show

Definitely Iko from Cinder. Hands down.

Gus Gus & Jaq from Cinderella

Favorite OR Worst Opposites Attract Pairing

Whoever the couple was in The Female Persuasion was the absolute worst. I don’t even like how the guy was. He was a douchebag.

Okay this one was actually super hard for me?! I wasn’t even expecting that to be quite honest. At least I finally did it, though. If you’re feeling brave or spontaneous, definitely do this one.

20 thoughts on “[Tag] Disney Sidekick Book Tag

      1. Noooo I can’t tell you about my TBR, because I don’t stick to them, and then I feel bad that people are waiting for me to read XYZ book. I mean, I was SO EXCITED about Dry by Neal Shusterman last year that I had to buy a hardcover … and I still haven’t read it. It’s been almost a year! I have serious commitment issues. xD I might. I don’t know. I have so many posts half-written that I really need to, like, focus and finish them. I’m a slacker.

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  1. The Hate U Give is the kickstarter of why this blog exists. I think the only book that came before it was 13 Reasons Why via Netflix. The Hate U Give and This is Where it Ends were right under it (in that order). Then Allegedly by Tiffany Jackson and They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera *I believe* Hell now I have to go look at that post… oh damn… I went down a rabbit hole. Sorry. My point there was that yeah. For, reasons that are different I would never pretend to ever understand, yeah that book is an incredible force. I’d like to think it impacted millions of lives. Then I look at the news and wish it impacted billions more.

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      1. I can’t even believe 13RW is still going -_-

        And I couldn’t agree more about the Hate U Give. You have to go pretty far back. Let me see if I can cut and paste the link.

        Now be kind. I did this almost a year ago and haven’t looked at it it since. And as I learned going back and revamping my third ever review (Wicked King) sometimes I can’t even understand what I was trying to say!

        https://novellives.com/2018/09/11/top-tuesday-books-series-that-lead-me-to-a-novel-life/

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  2. Oooh, thank you so much for doing the tag! I loved reading your answers. I have seen so much about Autoboyography, and I didn’t realize there was a good sarcastic character – those a true weakness for me, so I’m so excited to try it now. And I super agree about how the men treated Vasya. I hated it so much, and it was so constant. And omg, Iko was the best scene stealer, for sureeeeeeeeee. She was so amazing. I’m glad she got her own story in the graphic novels, too. Thank you so so much for doing the tag, and it was so much fun! 🙂

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